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Please, any tips on setting up attack vectors, I play IN.
Could you be a little more specific? I don't think we know what you mean by "setting up attack vectors".
Do you mean simply how to coordinate attacks between various ships? That's easy, but entirely up to you as it depends on the terrain of the battlefield your fighting in --- use cover, don't expose your rear, and set up your ships into advantageous positions until several are ready to strike at once, then reduce the enemy fleet to cinders in space. I wouldn't recommend splitting up your fleet oo much; breaking formation leads to bad things for your fleet.
Also, you're capital ships are likely to draw a lot of fire as they are slower and larger than the escorts, so coordinate attacks between capital ships and your escorts. Try sending a cruiser or two right at the enemy fleet; they'll take a pounding but should survive. Then, pop some Cobra destroyers (mmmm, torpedoes...) or even some Sword frigates out from behind a planet or asteroid field, and launch a simultaneous volley of ordnance, lances, or WB's. Should melt them.
Also, check out some old Battlefleet Gothic magazines (or Warp Storm, if you can find it) as they have some good articles on fleet maneuvers and squadron formations. You might be able to find some pdf's on the Specialist Games BFG website as well. Good luck; hope this is what you were looking for.